What we know about the next big future?
Next Big Technologies (NASDAQ:NGT) has announced that it will release a next generation of its Nexium chip that it has been working on for more than a decade.
The Nexium chips have been designed with a wide range of applications in mind, including IoT, AI and robotics.
The new Nexium will be manufactured at Next Big by ARM (NYSE: ARMY), which has already been working with the company for more years.
The chip will be based on the Exynos 5 Octa-core SoC, which is a 64-bit chip with a 1.4GHz Cortex-A53, 2MB of RAM and 1GB of storage.
The Exynus chip will also have 1GB RAM and 512MB of storage, while the Nexium 5 will have 1.6GHz Cortex “A57” and 4GB of RAM.
These chips are currently available in the Nexion range.
The company said it plans to launch the new Nexion chip with the Nexex line in 2018.
The launch is expected to be preceded by the Nexeon 5, a successor to the Nexii.
Nexium has also announced plans to produce the Nexox chip, which will be the first 64-core chip to hit the market.
Next Big said it will also make the Nexxex chip, an upgraded version of the NexiXe chip, with the same specifications.
The next generation Nexxium chip will have a clock speed of 2.8GHz and a 1GB cache.
In order to provide more power to the device, the Nexxxeon chip will feature 1.5GHz Cortex A53 and 4x16GB of DDR3L RAM.
The NNSPD chip will make use of a 64x16MB cache, 2x64MB cache and a 512KB flash.
The device will also be manufactured by ARM.
Next big also announced the availability of the new Exyno X-series chips, which are based on its Exynon architecture, which has been the cornerstone of the company’s processors since 2009.
The chips will be made by Qualcomm (NASdaq: QCOM) and run at up to 1.7GHz.
The processor will be powered by a 1GHz ARM Cortex-M8 core with an 8-bit color spectrum and 64-Bit ARM Mali-400 graphics.
The core will also feature a new ARM Cortex A7 graphics core and 64bit ARM Mali GPU.
The Snapdragon chip is the latest version of its Exy line, which was launched in 2015.
The latest Snapdragon chips will use a new architecture with a quad-core CPU, two graphics cores, two L2 cache, a 64KB of DDR4 RAM and a 64MB of Flash.
The processors will be built on the TSMC 28nm FinFET manufacturing process and will have up to 3GB of LPDDR3 memory, a 128-bit bus, up to 4GB or 8GB of ECC DDR3 memory and up to 256GB of flash.
NextBig is also working on a new processor for its IoT platform, the NNx1, which should be available later this year.
The first NNX1 is expected for use in mobile devices with a 7GHz Cortex M8 processor, a 1Gb of RAM, a 512MB flash and a 32MB of DDR5 memory.
The second NNxx1 is also expected for mobile devices, with a 5GHz Cortex m8 CPU, a 256MB flash, up a 512-bit RAM and an additional 8GB ECC RAM.
Nextbig also announced it will introduce the NexxiXe, a high-performance IoT platform that will have the same architecture as the Exxx series and will be aimed at the mobile IoT market.
The platform will feature a Cortex A17 GPU and a 256-bit CPU with 512MB RAM.
It will also include a 64bit Mali GPU, a 12-bit L2 Cache, an ECC memory controller, and a quad QXGA screen.
Next BIG has also launched the Nexlix, which it is calling the Nexcx.
It features a Cortex-MX1 GPU and 256-bits of memory with 512KB RAM.
This chip will come in the NEX-NX series.
The previous Nexlaxes were based on an Exynons processor, which had a 1 GHz Cortex-X7 GPU, and 2GB of cache.
The current Nexlxes have a 2GHz Cortex MX1 GPU, up 1.3GB of memory, and 8GB RAM.